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rationing in parts of new jersey and the new york city mayor has changed course. the new york city marathon cancelled. plus the final jobs report before americans head to the polls. >> this morning we learned that companies hired more workers in october than at anytime in the last eight months! >> he said he was going to lower the unemployment rate. unemployment is higher today than when barack obama took office. >> just four days to go until americans cast their ballots. but will the new jobs numbers help undecided voters make up their minds? tonight yet another new story line as we near the finish line in the race for the white house. plus, new hope for patients as the hope for fuel begins to grow desperate. but with lines in some cases now stretching for miles, sempers and of in the storm zone are on the rise. >> no gas. they just closed. oh, my god! >> tonight new promises that help is on the way. >> but first from fox this friday night the fuel tankers carrying millions gallons of desperately needed gasoline to the heart of the hurricane zone are offshore and ready to be unloaded b. bu
, what you get, wow, look at this line. speeding it up now, northern new jersey outside of new york city. it just goes on and on and on. fortunately things should get better at some point. try telling that to somebody who runs out of gas while waiting in line to fill up. and here you have a picture of a guy in new jersey who had to siphon what little gas he had out of his car so he could fill his generator. keep in mind, sandy effects people across 17 states. along the coast, there is destruction on a scale that this region has never before witnessed. four and a half million homes are still without power as fox reports tonight. and now the latest estimate for the storm's economic damage? a staggering $50 billion. that would make sandy the second costliest storm trailing only virginia. the federal government is feeding hundreds of thousands of victims who in many cases no longer have homes. >> fema worked with our national guard. i'm going to join them now in bringing 1 million meals to new york. >> shepard: a warm meal in a region where it is now november and temperatures are dropping fa
by iran firing on a u.s. drone just days before the presidential election. plus, new york city and long island follow new jersey's footsteps. gas rationing is on the way. >> this is just beyond terrible. it's awful. i'm done. >> shepard: no power. no gas. no heat. and now up to a foot of snow in some places where sandy hit just last week. >> it's insane, okay? i have been 10 days now and now i'm shoveling snow. >> shepard: tonight, the nor'easter pushes a battered region to the brink. plus, nearly two years after the tragic shooting spree in tucson, arizona. [sirens] >> shepard: sentencing day for jared loughner. >> i will never forget seeing one of my dearest colleagues die at my side. a young man i worked closely with every single day. >> shepard: former congresswoman gabriel giffords among those in court to face the man who shot her in the head. tonight, a convicted killer learns his fate. >> and newly released video of a murder suspect attempt to steal a plane. but, first from fox this thursday night. iranian military confrontation in the skies above the persian gulf. the pentagon t
city say they have their man in the shooting deaths of three new york city shop keepers. and now a door-to-door clothing salesman is facing multiple murder charges in what many fevered was the work of a serial killer. police arrested the man you see in this surveillance video for the killings of the brooklyn store owners over the last few months. investigators say the locations of the shop foreman's eequal lateral triangle four miles apart with addresses that contain the number 8. cops say they recovered a sawed off .22 caliber rifle in a duffle bag owned by the suspect and the gun matches shell casings found at the crime scenes. the nypd says the suspect's fingerprints were also on the murder weapon. so far investigators say the motive there is not clear. and a fox urgent now. for the first time tonight, united nations ambassador susan rice is fighting back against her critics. first the back story here. she went on five sunday morning talk shows days after the attack on the consulate in benghazi that killed our ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. and said it was due to
snow now across all areas of long island and in towards new york city. if there is any good part of this, it's that it is not horribly cold and so the snow is not going to stick for very long down across at least on the road. so that's part of the good news. take a look at -- put this forward in time where around 8:00 or 9:00 p.m. tonight. by around :00 p.m., the snow stops around new jersey and across parts of connecticut. by tomorrow morning it's mostly gone. the wind even begins to ease, which will be certainly a welcome break. because that's been the big concern, the wind causing more power outages. take a look right here, we continue to see all of the snow that will fall here. some areas may be seeing about six inches. i think parts of connecticut, western new jersey. that wind, shepard, continues to be a big concern out across nantucket. we have been seeing winds gusting up towards the mid 60's here at jfk right into the mid 30's. >> shepard: for the hurting a.m. and homeless across the region there is a break from the cold coming. >> eventually. you have got to know we wil
in the northeast still living a nightmare. after long lines and a ton of time just sitting, new york city and long island began rationing gasoline. we believe that we'll help mitigate the worst of our problems. >> but some people are not convinced. >> this is horrible. >> in moments, a region struggling to recover from two storms. where so many people are still living without power for heat or hot water. we're watching a controversial move to solve the problem at the pump. [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrade. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, adva
plenty for which to be thankful. anna coinman is live is live in our new york city newsroom. did you spend time with some of the hardest hit victims. how are they spending thanksgiving without any power or heat. >> good evening to you, gregg. group businesses and religious institutions really stepping up to feed folks in need and the need is certainly higher because of super storm sandy. rock and wrap it up. bringing in enough food to feed a thousand people in far rock away queens. in previous years they fed 600. many of the volunteers are sandy victims themselves. some are parents teaching their kids the reason for the season. >> when you take rides through here still massive devastation on horrendous levels. >> makes me feel good and happy to help other people because really we thought that we were hurt bad but other people were hurt bad. >> the outreach is not just about food. it's also therapeutic for sandy victims to talk to volunteers. many of them have been cold, wet, in the dark and alone for several weeks now, gregg. >> the church suffered some of the brunt of the storm as w
. but the question now is should employers still be able to fire you if you get high? plus a new york city cop, a simple act of kindness and the tourist who captured the moment on camera. that's still ahead. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with uimited talk and text. by htc for $49.99. >> shepard: a big step in washington making it harder for law enforcement to snoop around in our email. as it stands right now, federal authorities need only a -- don't even need a search warrant to read emails that are older than six months. the bill in the judiciary committee passed today would force cops to get or i should say federal authorities to get a warrant for all emails. the current law was intended for investigations into bank transfers and dates back to 1986, long before most of us even had email obviously. law enforcement officials claim it will make their jobs more difficult if a judge has to sign off on what they do to us. the bill still has to pass the full senate and the house before it moves on to the
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. the new york city police department is shining a light on the aftermath of sandy. officers are helping to prevent super storm victims from becoming crime victims. they're using helicopters in powerful spot lights to stop looters from robbing storm damaged homes in the dead of night. rick folbaum is live in the new york city area of queens. you went along on one of these late night patrols. do police say this looting is on the rise at this point in. >> well, they believe their aggressive tactics are keeping the looters in check. that includes installing 500 of these light towers in some of these hardest hit areas. neighborhoods like this one in breezy point that lost power. the homes were mostly intact, but there is no one living in them. so they're ripe for theft. that's why they've deployed their aviation unit overhead. these helicopters are flying over these hardest hit areas that are without power, but using high powered spot lights. they're also surveilling with other equipment. illuminating them and trying to remind people on the ground that the nypd is watching. >> through the ai
as 40,000 people in new york city alone need a new place to live. and just across the harbor in linden, new jersey, a fuel spill is compounding the situation. the coast guard is reportedly cleaning up a 7700-gallon leak which came to light only after folks who have lived nearby complained of smelling diesel fuels. another mess in a seemingly endless list of problems after the region's most catastrophic natural disaster on record. rick leventhal live in the world famous coney island neighborhood of brooklyn. and, rick, your situation where you are continues to detier it united states. deteriorate. >> yeah, shep. coney island swimming in a sea of trash. many of the homes and businesses waste deep in water. we have been watching residents carry their ruined possessions out to the street along with household garbage and rotting food and debris. it's too much for the sanitation trucks to handle. despite this very cold weather and lack of heat and power, many of the thousands of residents here are reluctant to leave. so they are lining up to get relief from a local relief center here. they d
the number was three times that. but today as the new york city mayor michael bloomberg pointed out that figure does not include tens of thousands of homes and businesses that are destroyed or too badly damaged for crews even to restore electricity. >> the majority of new yorker who's remain without power do so not because the utilities can't provide power on the street but because necessary repairs still have to be performed. >> shepard: it's not just homes and businesses. the storm badly damaged several hospitals in new york city. now we are hearing two may not be up and running until some time next year. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt live in the world famous coney island section of brooklyn, new york with more on that. still tough times out there along the board walk, jonathan. >> yeah, still a lot of people in coney island and far beyond, shep, who need a lot of help. and part of the operation of getting them that help being run here in coney island by the national guard. we tagged along with a unit of national guard troops earlier today as they went door to doo
? >> shepard: jonathan hunt live in new york city. a bird strike forced a jetblue flight to turn around and head back to florida. the plane was headed from fort lauderdale to san juan puerto rico. airline officials say the pilot turned back after a bird hit one of its engines. the jet landed safely back at airport and nobody was hurt. the mechanics checked out the planes for any science of damage. another on saturday diverted this one from charlotte to key west. this one landed safely in fort meyers. birds can cripple airplanes the most famous case in 2009 when geese knocked out both engines new york airways flight over new york city. captain sully sullenberger successfully ditched the plane in the river. it's not just the fax hikes and the spending cuts. the white house says the consequences of going over the fiscal cliff could start even before new year's day. one republic leader says it's up to the president to break the stalemate. plus, woulder now learning how much u.s. troops will not be leaving afghanistan, even when afghan forces take charge of their own security. wait. some tro
on the door. >> tonight new york city defends its reasoning. >> and refer madness in the rockie mountains. prosecutors in colorado now trying to figure out what to do with all the active marijuana cases now that folks there have voted to legalize the weed. but first from fox this monday night. hamas says to israel: i dare you. president obama talking to the egyptian president about preventing an all-out war between hamas and israel. the white house says the president told the egyptian leader: it's crucial for hamas militants to stop firing rockets into israel. this video from hamas. supposedly showing some of today's rocket launches. fox news can't independently verify it. hamas reports it fired more than 100 rockets today alone but police say none caused any injuries. [explosion] >> shepard: israel firing back with air strikes. there are reports of new explosions tonight, meaning overnight in gaza. officials say three israelis in more than 100 palestinians have died in the past six days. the white house also says that president obama called the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu
to axiron.com. >> shep: president obama was here in new york city today meeting with some of the people still suffering more than two weeks after super storm sandy. the president saw devastation for himself when he visited staten island across the harbor from lower manhattan. also he repeated the promise that he made when he visited new jersey last month. >> i promised to everybody that i was speaking on behalf of the country when i said we are going to be here until the rebuilding is complete. and i meant it. so i'm going to come back today, but i'm also going to be coming back in the future to make sure that we have followed through on that commitment. >> shep: now we look back. look at that. this is new to us, surveillance video of the storm flooding the path commuter train system that runs all the way under the hudson river between new york and new jersey. hundreds of millions of gallons of water and two weeks later, the trains are still not stopping at some stations because of incredible flood damage. we're learning the storm made a huge impact on the jobs picture. according to the
in new york city. some 11,000 people huddled up outside waiting for the doors to open finally got. in the mall of american in minneapolis reports 30,000 folks showed up there for the mall's opening at midnight. that's up 10,000 from last year. things were a little different this time around in the sense that several major chains actually opened last evening it worked out pretty well for the folks who shopped at those locations this morning. >> we are in the in between crowd. the crazy people that come really early and then, you know, the people that sleep in. >> of course, there were also the scattered reports of violence and stupidity amid the crowds. [screaming] >> holy cow, this amateur video shows wal-mart shoppers in georgia pushing each other to get their hands on prepaid cell phones that were on sale. also in san antonio a guy pulled a gun on another man who was trying to cut in line at a mall. and police in springfield, massachusetts say a man there left his girlfriend's 2-year-old sonnen in the parking lot of a k-mart while he drove away with a brand new tv. we have team
in parts of chicago and new york city. vallejo is the first to use the concept citywide and this is a port city that declared bankruptcy in 2008 and is just now getting back on its feet. you drive around this city, you see potholes that need fixing. violent crime suspect. the list goes on. and the mayor who has been a vocal critic of this program says any tax dollars available go toward critical city services and that's it. supporters contend some of the mayor's top priorities might be among the project that get the most votes. he says he hopes so and even he admits that participatory budgeting is getting more people involved by giving them more of a say in how their tax dollars are spent. shep? >> shepard: claudia cowan live in san francisco. if you can't see it, is it there? scientists say they are one step closer to making stuff invisible. of course, there is a catch. researchers at duke university have released this so-called invisibility cloak. they say it reflected electromagnetic waves around a cylinder. slightly larger than your average wristwatch. unfortunately they have yet to ma
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